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Published on May 1 of 2009, this edition of the college's student run newspaper is eight pages long. A year round indoor farmers' market which will be called Local Roots Market and Cafe is expected to open by the end of this year. The Swine flu has caused one death in the United States thus far, bringing concern to the college campus. The three Commencement Speakers this year will receive honorary degrees. The Shack restaurant will now be open from 12 to 3am on Friday and Saturday. A tree was planted at the Nursery School in honor of Corey Cline. On April 8, Bob Rodda, Director of Student Activities, Summer Programs, and Lowry Center at The College of Wooster, was awarded the Butts-Whiting Award. Security Reports for April 12 to 20 are featured on page two. Jonah Comstock writes how the housing rates are unfair. Kevin Kordalski won the National College Eating Championship. Douglass Hall won the energy competition that was sponsored by Greenhouse. Highlights from the athletic teams/groups are featured on page seven and eight.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Local Roots Market and Cafe, farmers' market, Commencement Speaker, honorary degree, The Shack, Corey Cline, Bob Rodda, Butts-Whiting Award, Kevin Kordalski, National College Eating Championship, Greenhouse


College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Farmers' markets; Commencement addresses; Sustainability

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2009-05-01